It’s hard to still think that there is a day when I get to travel and share my cooking recipes with my friends in Brazil. To share and learn how to cook from each other is not a new thing to me. I do that all the time when I’m in Canada. I have a group of friends who are also interested in cooking and are really professional in cooking and creating their own recipes, from food to sweets to drinks and desserts. One of them used to own a KitchenAid stand mixer, the dream of every cook.
|Preheat the oven at 190C or 375F|
|First, mis the flour with the baking soda (you can add a bit of salt to the flour too). Then, add the cold butter bar in the middle.|
|Rub the flour against the butter until it becomes a fine mix of crumbs|
|In another bowl, break in 2 eggs|
|Add the sugar in with the eggs|
|Beat the sugar and the eggs until combined. Do not beat for too long since it can cause the cookies to be hard later|
|Put the babies i the oven and wait… I think it’s the hardest part|
|DONE!!!!!!!!! Use a flat tool to press them a bit to creat cracks and help them cool faster. DO NOT press to hard because they are still hot and soft, and will break easily|
|Funny guy smiling at the food O.o|
|Waiting with pre-drink…|
– To give the cookies a nice brown color, you should substitute white sugar with brown sugar. It also has a certain moist in it that makes the cookies more chewy. If no brown sugar can be found, the sugar bar made from palm tree can also be used. Just break it into fine crumbs. the palm sugar will make a nice taste for the cookies.